What happens when a complaint is found to be true?

When the investigation of a complaint reveals that the charges are true, and should be sustained against a police employee, the Chief of Police notifies the employee and may take one of the following actions, depending on the nature of the violation:

  1. Reprimand the employee
  2. Suspend the employee without pay
  3. Demote the employee
  4. Discharge the employee

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1. How to Make a Complaint?
2. Can An Officer Appeal A Decision?
3. What happens when a complaint is found to be true?
4. What happens if the complaint is NOT true?
5. What If Someone Makes A False Complaint?
6. What if you are not satisfied with the decision?